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Furthur Live at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion on 2010-07-02

by Furthur



Set One - 71 min.
01. tuning
02. After Midnight
03. Hell in a Bucket
04. Loser
05. Brown Eyed Women
06. Liberty
07. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
08. Comes a Time
09. Midnight Hour

Set Two - 106 min.
01. Tuning
02. Scarlet Begonias
03. Two Djinn
04. Wharf Rat
05. Shakedown Street
06. King Solomon's Marbles
07. Let It Grow
08. Standing on the Moon
09. Not Fade Away
10. Donor Rap
11. Touch of Grey


Collection Furthur
Band/Artist Furthur
Venue Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
Location Columbus, OH

Source OTS/DFC lawn > AKG 391 and AKG 393 > Realistic 4-channel to stereo mixer > M-Audio Microtrack II @ 44.1kHz > .wav > Compact Flash
Lineage Compact Flash > USB > Maxtor 6L200P0 > Sound Forge XP 4.5 > Fades & Normalized to -0.01db > .wav > Trader's Little Helper > Flac
Taped by Toaste
Transferred by Toaste

Notes

- "Red, White, and Boom" fireworks began during Shakedown Street.
- They were visible from the show, and audible on the tapes.
- The "grand finale" was timed perfectly to the end of Let It Grow.
- I did not cut the second set for CDs, but it would require two discs.

Reviews

Reviewer: doug_the_dude - - July 4, 2015
Subject: --
Aside from the fireworks of Let it Grow (that's musically and literally), there's not a whole lot going for this show - too many JK-as-Jer numbers, just so-so energy, etc. Let it Grow is definitely worth a listen, however...
Reviewer: Yossarian08 - - July 20, 2012
Subject: Good show, not the best crowd
Too much beer at this show. People wouldn't shut up and listen. The show itself is pretty good though- the transition from Wharf Rat into Shakedown is awesome, and so is the Comes A Time>Midnight Hour to close the first set. Two Djinn was kind of a downer out of Scarlet and Bob didn't sound so great on Standing On the Moon, but those are minor things. The fireworks during King Solomon's and Let It Grow made for a pretty surreal vibe for the end of the show. Really cool- the band had a tight, interesting energy through the whole show.
Reviewer: wrwiii - - August 3, 2010
Subject: !
drove my 3 daughters and 2 of their friends from Alabama to see this show. Wow what a show it was! Saw the Dead many times from 90-95 and this was definitely right up there with the best of them. Stupid question here I'm sure but my 16 yr old daughter wants to burn this show to a cd and I cannot figure out how to do it from this site. Or is that even possible?? If not any suggestions on where I can get this show (and other Furthur shows) on cd? thx
Reviewer: PHILnWEIRed - - July 13, 2010
Subject: Thank you Boys!
WOW! after all these years with jerry and without him, it is good to be home again.This line up is by far the best post GD yet, and they SHINE! this show was alot of fun, very GRATEFUL to have been there and to have them still wanting to give us the music. I remember that day in Aug. many years ago when we all thought it was over, Let me just add my 2cents... it is so not over!!! THANK YOU BOYS, FOR A REAL GOOD TIME!, thnks taper for great sounding copy, thank you heads for still finding your way to open hearts and minds and for all of us for still being able to get together and ride it for another day! godbless the good ol grateful dead.
Reviewer: DenBob - - July 9, 2010
Subject: Getting To That Point...
I think a lot about JG and what life would be like if he were still here -- would the GD still be touring? What would they have become? etc...

With that said, these guys ARE the next iteration of the band, the scene, and what it's about. I'm back to wondering what they'll play the next show, being disappointed that I haven't heard THAT song yet on this tour, and being bummed that I wasn't at THAT show because they played THAT song.

This is a great recording -- from what I've heard and am reading, the show was special too. I can imagine what it was like when the fireworks were going off during LIG. Love most of the first set choices too, seems like it was a great night.

Sorry bout the drunks -- every silver lining has its touch of grey...

This band is the real deal. I'm now at the point where I listen to the Furthur recordings here, not the GD recordings. RIP Papa Jerry, the band is taking it Furthur...
Reviewer: buckeyemike - - July 8, 2010
Subject: appreciation
extremely bummed to have missed this show. it sold out on me at the very last moment on me. should've known better, though. glad to get the recording. apologies about the sloppiness of the ohio folks.. a lot of it has to do with the university being around, i'd imagine and that weekend being an extra crowded one. not to mention that venue when it's slammed leaves little room to dance as you please. overall i heard the show was a pretty killer one. sounded good from the parking lot and glad to hear it here. thanks for the recording.
Reviewer: polarbear16 - - July 7, 2010
Subject: what a great show.
my first "dead" show and i had the time of my life.
Reviewer: dstar_51570 - - July 7, 2010
Subject: Thanks for posting
Great weather, venue, band. Overall, in the lawn, it was fine. Plenty of drunks but what did they expect? No one ruined the show for us. Loser and Shakedown got me good! Love how JK owns some of these songs!
Reviewer: drmlabs - - July 6, 2010
Subject: Marbles
Oh- and I never got a chance to hear the G. Dead do Marbles - and what a great version these guys did!
Other highlights were a rocking Loser, Midnite hour, and a supurbly player Comes A Time.
Reviewer: sambonk2 - - July 6, 2010
Subject: GREAT SHOW
by far the best Played show of the tour....i was in aw of russo....great venue!
Reviewer: scrobbins - - July 6, 2010
Subject: Sweet
Really diggin it. Wish I went to this one, great setlist. Tight performance. That dipstick Lovehaight can go pound sand.
Great Sound, Thanks taper.
Reviewer: deadinohio - - July 5, 2010
Subject: Dead, White, BOOM and Furthur!!
Thanks Toaste for the quick posting! By the time my son (the music is still going!) and I got it through the crush at the gate there was not a lot of room to plant on the lawn so we stood at the top of the hill right next to the soundboard. Despite these old arthritic knees it was a magical night. Jeff's playing was superb. John is meshing so well with this band. As a friend of mine said, "They're getting SCARY good." Liberty for the 4th!! Both at the show and listening to this recording I am especially impressed with the group vocals, i.e. background singers and the band members belting it out! Sweet mixing in of 2 Djinn as well. I thought the whole second set was nearly seamless. As for the fireworks, at first I thought they were becoming a distraction, but John did away with that with his delivery of "can hear it beat out loud!" The band really adapted and played "with" the fireworks. (I don't know a better way to describe it. They just played with the vibe.) The comments about the drunkenness might have something to do with the bucket size beers they sell! I didn't see any problems except a couple of fellas after the show who looked to be far worse off than from beer's effects. It seemed that the crowd was much larger than they expected. Up in our area it was a friendly and happy crowd of several generations. Wish I could make another show. But then again, you never know!! Now 3 days out, I'm really grateful for this tape!
Reviewer: furthurfan420 - - July 5, 2010
Subject: great show
hello all
it was my first futhur show
first set so so i really loved comes a time and loser wow
i loved it
im more of a american beauty and working mans dead fan not a real fan or drums lol
but i loved it i only hope i can see them again
Reviewer: captaintony - - July 5, 2010
Subject: What a venue - what a freaking show!
Vibe was excellent at the show - yeah, there were a few drunks, but so what?! Had an excellent viewpoint near the stage cause off to my left was some heavy grooving going on to Shakedown Street. Wish I had a video of those people dancing - it was the most beautiful thing I ever saw.
Reviewer: btownslim - - July 5, 2010
Subject: Ooo Ooo FREEDOM......
Say what I mean and don't give a damn....I do believe and I am who I am. What a sweet show! I couldn't have imagined getting to hear what I've wanted to, Liberty :) ! The fireworks were sick! I even got 2 shake a hand of a stranger only to find out we had the same birthday. Dang she was a cougar!
Reviewer: landon - - July 5, 2010
Subject: Just A Wonderful Evening!
This new band is amazing and they were on fire at the LC. My favorites were Brown Eyed Women, Shakedown Street, and Wharf Rat. I am becoming a huge fan of Joe Russo. He just lays it down on the drums.

I can't decided if the fireworks are a distraction or just part of a well documented evening. It def doesn't take away from the fine music.
Reviewer: oldtourrat - - July 4, 2010
Subject: Great Let it Grow...
As a veteran of many years of touring with the GD, I had not seen a show since Jerry's death in any of the combinations of the band members until this one. The crowd was a mix of old heads, corporate types there for a party, and shirtless drunken frat boys there to smoke and get trashed (think 92-95). That being said, The show was an ejoyable one, despite the fact that bobby's mike was a little low for the first half of the first set. None of that transfers over in the tape though as the sound quality is really good. I think that the LIG was the higlight of the show the way the guys brought it down and up and down and up again. It helped that some of the Ohioans cleared out of the pit infront of the stage to go and watch the fireworks. Overall well worth the strain on my body (its hard to believe that i traveled, and lived in the car or on camp grounds during all those years on the Golden Road.) Anyways, this is the best configuration by far since the demise of JG, with John and Jeff really driving Bobby and Phil to go neat places. The opening to the songs are less predictible than when Jer would open 'em up and you know what you were hearing three notes in, so that was nice and kept me on my toes. Overall a good quality recording and a nice place to start for folks that have not yet gotten into this group. Also a good Shakedown St (is there ever really a bad one) and a really tight Loser.
Reviewer: unclecrappy - - July 4, 2010
Subject: smokin'.
This is a beautiful recording of a hot show, and to even be able to hear the fireworks from Red White and Boom during King Solomon and Let It Grow is priceless.

A couple of you had mentioned the sloppiness of the crowd; I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that there wasn't anything non-alcoholic for sale inside past the set break. I was dying for a water or a Coke, but I couldn't find anything but beer...
Reviewer: Excerus - - July 4, 2010
Subject: O-HIGH-O
What a great show, couldnt have asked for a better setlist. Also will agree that the buckeye crowd did have plenty of highly intoxicated folks. Was my first Furthur show and I am glad I was there. Would have been nice if it would have been held in a slightly larger venue, as there were so many folks cramped in on top of me it was hard to hear the vocals from the front row of the lawn. This recording is very nice, and much appreciated to be on here the next day. Thanks to the taper for all his hard work. Only one problem i seem to be having trouble getting download to work properly, getting error message that cannot read file, I am rather new at this so if anyone could help me out I would love to have a copy on my mp3 player for work. Thanks again and I hope the music never stops!!
Reviewer: ice9freak - - July 4, 2010
Subject: I was there...
The band was on fire, especially John. First set was a nice grouping of old favorites (an especially awesome "Loser") but what I couldn't believe was the general level of drunkenness at the LC. During "Comes a Time" people all around us were talking so loud it became a distraction. My buddy (Rich w/ the Soldier Field '95 shirt, big hello if you're out there!) and I exchanged our share of baffled looks during the show. Rant over. You had to have been there to believe the fireworks (purportedly the largest display in the Midwest) during Solomon and Let it Grow. I think, however, that the highlight of the entire show for me was "Wharf Rat"--a stunning rendition that translated onto tape nicely.

It was my wife's first show, and she was a trooper all day, but I think she hit her wall about halfway through Set II. We'll try a nice cozy theater next time.

Thank you Furthur, and thank you tapers for keeping the music alive.
Reviewer: jackaroe52482 - - July 4, 2010
Subject: wow
WOW!! What a show!!! The fireworks made it truly magical. It was my wife's first show and she couldn't have seen a better show. Shakedown through let it grow totally kicked ass with the let it grow ending right as the fireworks hit their finale. just great show period. i don't know how anyone can say anything bad about this band if they do they're goofy. and thanx for the fast post 1 daY thats awesome
Reviewer: D9 - - July 4, 2010
Subject: let it blow
super sweet show and the fireworks were a+
Reviewer: Mike, Margate, FL - - July 4, 2010
Subject: appreciated greatly
Thanks for the quick upload of this show. I couldn't be there in person but sure do like what I hear.
Reviewer: Loser_Boy - - July 3, 2010
Subject: Red White & Furthur
this show rocked totally, great recording
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